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Three great Finns in 1900s
« : 03 Mart 2008, 03:15:12 »
Johannes Linnankoski


Creator of the The Association of Finnish Culture and Identity in 1906

Antti Isotalo jr.


Hero of Finnish Civil War(1918) and Tribal Wars(1918-1922) after that. Real horseman who always rided in front line and survived alive. :asker:

Kurt Martti Wallenius


General in Finnish army, leaders of jaeger movement against Russia in WWI, Tribal Warlord, Shaman and leaders of Finnish Ultra-Nationalist Lapua Movement.

Enemy of mannerheim and Greatest Hero of Suomi ever. :-)

"If my enemies wants to capture me, I dont care. If they wants to kill me, I dont afraid that."

-Wallenius-

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« Yanıtla #1 : 03 Mart 2008, 19:18:22 »
:-) thanx 4 share anda ;-).

How about Simo Häyhä ? :-)

i think he is good guy.. :-) plz dont forgt him :-)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simo_H%C3%A4yh%C3%A4
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« Yanıtla #2 : 03 Mart 2008, 19:33:52 »
 Comrade,

 Would you give some more info about Finn Nationalism in the past(Lapua Movement and Rebellion) and now?

 R.I.P NOBLE TURANİAN HEROES !

 TTK

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Re: Three great Finns in 1900s
« Yanıtla #3 : 03 Mart 2008, 22:03:27 »
Brother, what are the tribal wars, and I didn't know there was a civil war in Finland! Also, did the Ultranationalist Lapua Movement have any Turanian elements, and does it still exist today? I hope this isn't too many questions :)
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« Yanıtla #4 : 04 Mart 2008, 01:37:19 »
Tribal Wars were Finnish warlords attacks to russian occupied Karelia and Ingria for making Greater-Finland.  :asker:

We had Civil War, and very bloody one, in 1918. White Guard (They wanted to Independent Finland) vs. Red Guard (They wanted communistic Finland and union with Russia). After White Guard victory started Tribal Wars.

Lapua Movement is banned here after 1932.

Lapua Movement had no common ideology, but they had some leaders who were anti-jewish, anti-swedish, anti-russian and even pro-Turanian. Wallenius was one of them.

Modern Finnish nationalism I will not talk, because here have no serious nationalism, yet. Unfortunately.

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« Yanıtla #5 : 04 Mart 2008, 02:48:24 »
Akhal Teke:

I don't ever forget Simo Häyhä. He was great warrior and that's why he is called here to "White Death". :-)

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« Yanıtla #6 : 04 Mart 2008, 03:00:18 »


And unknown hero. Finnish horse!

Our horses beated russian tanks many times. :-)

"Without horses, there will not be Finns"

-Finnish proverb-

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« Yanıtla #7 : 04 Mart 2008, 16:43:45 »


And unknown hero. Finnish horse!

Our horses beated russian tanks many times. :-)

"Without horses, there will not be Finns"

-Finnish proverb-

Excellent Proverb ;-)
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« Yanıtla #8 : 04 Mart 2008, 20:17:26 »
Thanks for this excellent sharing Dear Marka Ragnos. Just the photos of these Great Men show how they could be Hero.


Antti Isotalo jr.

And, If you want to know what I, Altay-Turan, looks like, I'll not post a picture. Above, there is a man I look like to.
Same noose, same shape of eyes, same skull (just a very bit more rond) than me. Maybe, He had blue eyes and blond hair, I had them up to I was 3; nowadays, I have brown hair and light brown eyes. My beard is dirty blond, when I let it grow.

For that, I pray Tengri that protected me to be affected by the armenoïd animals (too many in Turkey).
Swords shine, Wolves guide,
Our horses were our brothers.
We destroyed together legions of Rome
We invaded Anatolia, we called it home

Our Culture is nature,
Our Religion is Sky.

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Re: Three great Finns in 1900s
« Yanıtla #9 : 04 Mart 2008, 22:08:39 »
The more I learn of the Finnish bravery and fighting skills, the more I become certain that we are from the same roots. Too bad the Lapua movement was banned, and that there is no serious nationalism. I wish the tribal wars had been a complete and unconditional victory for the Finns. May Tengri fulfill all of your wishes, my brave Finnish cousins.
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